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non-group-messages from non-Delta-Client to multiple recipients do not create ad-hoc group #1349

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r10s opened this issue Mar 20, 2020 · 2 comments
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@r10s r10s commented Mar 20, 2020

i received a mail form a non-Delta-Client today, sent to three recipients - afaik, these kind or mails should create an ad-hoc group with the recipients (or maybe resue an existing group), however, the mail show up in the normal one-to-one-chat.

this is bad, as replies are not sent to all reicpient, also, it is invisible to the Delta user who are the recipients.

similar forum entry: https://support.delta.chat/t/deltachat-doesnt-group-messages-as-before-regression/829

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@r10s r10s commented Mar 22, 2020

tested this with a fresh delta-account, show-classic-mails=all - everything works as expected, so, not sure if my description above is really correct, i am failing to to reproduce it.

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@r10s r10s commented Mar 22, 2020

k, i found an issue:

  • setup new delta chat for Alice-Delta, show-classic-mail=accepted
  • send message from Alice to Bob-NonDelta (this creates Bob as a contact)
  • send a ad-hoc-group-messages from Bob-NonDelta to Alice-Delta and Claire

=> the ad-hoc-group-message will not create an ad-hoc-group for Alice

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@r10s r10s closed this in #1357 Mar 25, 2020
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